Make Believe
by Toto

Album: Toto IV (1982)
Charted: 30
  • [Chorus]
    Why don't we make believe we're in love again
    Who said the crimson moon doesn't shine
    Where do people go when they're lookin' for that one of a kind

    Why don't we make believe that we're sorry
    Why must we hold it all inside
    Where do lovers go when they're runnin' and there's no place to hide

    Always remember - the day we met in the foreign rain
    You were content and - we went our separate ways
    No matter which way the wind blows now, hang on to it anyhow
    Don't ever say it could never be the same

    [Chorus]

    Always remember - holding hands on a summer day
    You were content ob das stimmt?? and - you took it all away
    I didn't come here to change your mind, lead you on and waste your time
    All alone in the evening, gettin' blue

    Why don't we make believe

    [Chorus]

    Why don't we make believe, why don't we make believe Writer/s: CHARLES MINGUS
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group, JAZZ WORKSHOP INC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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